The Dickson County basketball teams earned a sweep of visiting Ravenwood on Friday.
Find out more about those two contests below as well as the rest of the Williamson County area basketball contests from Friday night!
It might only be December, but Centennial High School provided a postseason atmosphere in a District 11-AAA basketball doubleheader Friday.
Dickson County boys 74, Ravenwood 56
Cade Purvine scored 20 points to lead four Cougars in double figures. Dickson County took control with a 22-12 run in the second quarter.
Jaden Davis added 15, while both DJ Stacy and Winn Gramling tallied 14, including four 3-pointers from Gramling. Dickson County enjoyed a 39-19 rebounding edge with 15 offensive rebounds and also shot 52 percent from the field.
Rex Gainer poured in 27 points and added four assists to lead Ravenwood. Matt Williams chipped in 10 points.
Dickson County girls 59, Ravenwood 58
The Lady Cougars edged Ravenwood in a tight District 11-AAA contest and a rematch of the Region 6-AAA final a season ago. The Lady Cougars won a third consecutive game.
Reghan Grimes netted 21 points and both Lexi Erickson and Mary Prestegaard hit for 12 to lead the Lady Raptors.
Independence boys 60, Columbia Central 56
Four Eagles scored in double figures as Indy broke a 42-42 tie in the fourth for the narrow home win Friday.
Trey St. Charles scored 15 points for the Eagles, Matt St. Charles scored all 11 of his points in the second half, Cameron Bell also tallied 11 and Hrishi Salitri closed with 10.
Cameron Johnson (17) and Devin Reynolds (14) both reached double figures to lead the Lions.
Independence girls 51, Columbia Central 35
Kayla Miller recorded another double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds and led the Lady Eagles past visiting Columbia Central Friday.
Miller has produced five double-doubles in eight games this season for 5-3 Independence.
Lindsey Freeman also scored 13 and Jailyn Banks tallied 12 in the win.
Franklin boys 53, Page 42
The Rebels earned a split against Page in District 11-AAA play Friday behind a big fourth quarter.
Matt Thurman scored a game-best 24 points for Franklin, which closed the game on a 21-8 run. Reed Kemp added 15 points and Aidan Smylie scored eight points and snagged eight rebounds.
Jaime Hernandez scored 14 and Mason Allen had 11 for Page. The Patriots fell to 0-2 in league play despite holding second-half leads against both Franklin and Centennial.
The Cougars rallied for a 50-47 win last week, while the Rebels catapulted in front despite Page’s 34-32 edge to start the fourth.
Page girls 51, Franklin 38
McKenzie Cochran dropped in 25 points and the Lady Patriots built an early advantage to hold off visiting Franklin Friday in District 11-AAA play.
Olivia Wilson added nine points and both Lili Wilkin and Delaney Noe notched eight for Page.
Kate O’Neil collected 22 points and eight rebounds to lead the Lady Rebels, who dropped a fourth consecutive game.
Page forced 21 turnovers in the contest and limited Franklin to 31 percent shooting.
Brentwood boys 60, Spring Hill 53
The visiting Bruins used a fast start to gain some separation early and post a District 11-AAA win in Spring Hill Friday.
John Windley scored 16, Evan Drennan added 14 and Griffin Burke tossed in 11 for Brentwood, which took a 15-3 lead by the end of the first.
Alex Rose scored eight of his 14 points in the second quarter as the Raiders pulled within a bucket at halftime. Bentwood outscored Spring Hill 19-13 in the third to add to the lead.
Ty Bryant (14) and Kai Shean Brashear (11) also reached double figures for the home team.
Christ Presbyterian Academy boys, 97, Grace Christian Academy 57
The visiting Lions scored the first 13 points and didn’t let off the gas just missing out on the century mark at GCA Friday.
Braden Zapp scored 24 points to lead all scorers and hit four of CPA’s 17 3-pointers in the contest. Jordan Dewalt added 14, Braeden Moore had 12 and Jake Dykstra chipped in 10.
Mason McKnatt knocked down three triples and closed with 23, while Ashton Kelley added four 3-pointers and 12 points for home-standing GCA.
Christ Presbyterian Academy girls 59, Grace Christian Academy 27
Three Lady Lions reached double figures and visiting CPA knocked out GCA near Leiper’s Fork.
Susannah Matthews scored 14, Carrington Washburn added 13 and Addie Reese Zapp tacked on 10 for CPA.
Anna Smith scored a dozen and Audrey Sanders, who was honored for scoring her 1,000th point Friday, added four.
Fairview boys 59, Camden 45
Bill Eads poured in 27 points on 10-of-17 shooting to lead the Yellow Jackets to a District 11-AA-opening win against visiting Camden.
Ryan Stannard scored seven points and handed out eight assists, while Locke Hord added six points, five assists and six rebounds and Garrett Wooten grabbed eight boards for Fairview.
Garrett Vick scored 18 for the Lions, who were outscored 17-6 in the third which broke open a narrow 24-23 contest.
Fairview girls 61, Camden 41
Like the boys, the Lady Yellow Jackets opened District 11-AA play with a win against visiting Camden Friday.
Kaycie Mullens scored 18 and Kendall Spicer drilled four 3-pointers and closed with 16 to lead Fairview, which exploded for 27 points in the second quarter. Mullens added four assists and four steals, while Kelsey Gossage collected 10 points, seven rebounds and three dimes. Chloe Lee added nine boards.
Brittany Fox scored 11 and Rylee Rushing had 10 for Camden.
Franklin Road Academy boys 59, Battle Ground Academy 55
Sean Casey scored 20 points and visiting FRA held on for a district road win in Franklin.
The Panthers trailed by four at the half, but managed to force a 43-43 tie entering the final frame before gaining an edge on host BGA. FRA went 7-of-8 at the foul line down the stretch.
Jorian Cantrell scored 10 points and Calvin Quehl hit three 3-pointers for nine points for BGA.
Franklin Road Academy girls 69, Battle Ground Academy girls 33
Zharia Hutchison scored 25 points and the FRA girls added to a lead throughout the game Friday at BGA in a district contest.
Ryan Pierce added 14 points for the Lady Panthers, who built a 32-15 lead by halftime and continued to extend their advantage.
Phoebe Proctor scored nine points to lead BGA.
Webb School boys 60, Brentwood Academy 52
Webb School connected on 13-of-20 free throws in the fourth quarter and extended a slim lead to stop the Eagles.
JJ Platt scored 18 points and Alex Garnett added 14 in the win.
Jason Nixon scored 13 and Trent McNair hit for 12 for BA.
Brentwood Academy girls 59, St. Cecilia 14
The Lady Eagles scored 21 of the first 23 points and cruised to a victory Friday.
Millie Brown knocked down four 3-pointers, while Caroline Clemmer scored nine of her 11 in the third quarter for BA. Aubrey Blankenship added 10 pointy and both Maggie Brown and Laura Graham added six points in the win.
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